Friday, October 24, 2014

October Art Roundup: Cute Bats, Funny Monsters, & Wicked Beauties!

I hope you guys are ready for a LOT of amazing new geek art this month, because I, uh, kind of got carried away.  o.0

ONWARD!!

Let's kick things off with some Never Ending Story goodness:

 "Neverending" 8X12 print, $12

Those colors! YES.


I had a terrible time picking my favorites over at CocoMilla's Etsy store; there are WAY too many awesome choices:





Her watercolor prints start at $15 for 6X8 prints, and she has larger sizes available, too. Go see the rest; from Disney to gaming, she's got a little of everything!


Michael Banks of Suger Fueled makes adorably creepy big-eyed art, and even better, his ACEO prints are only $4!

He also has a huge selection of 8X12 prints for $12 each:





And since it IS October, how about this cutie from Sydey Hanson?
"Little Bat" 8X10 print, $12

Not quite as Halloweeny, but I'm totally smitten with Sydney's bumble bee:

"Bumblebee" 8X10 print, $12

D'awww. I'm actually terrified of anything that stings, but this guy I want to snuggle.


From Love Ashley Designs, a perfectly Wicked piece:
"Are You A Good Witch Or A Bad Witch?" 10X10 print, $25

Tempted to get this one for John, since he's forever singing "Popular." Which is hilarious.


Artist Wisesnail, aka Namecchan, has some amaaazing Guardians of the Galaxy prints:


WOW. And the 8X10s are only $15! (She has larger sizes, too.)

I'm also REALLY digging her Jim Moriarty:

7X10 print, $15

Love how the background looks like smokey flames!


Epbot reader Candace happens to be married to a Pixar animator, Victor Navone, and he generously donated this sweet Wall-E print for the give-away board:

The white surround is much larger than this, but that's all that would fit in my scanner. :) 


And speaking of the give-away board, here are some more of my new additions:

"I Am Who," by my buddy Charlie Thurston.
(You can buy it at the link for $10)

"Iron Giant Superman #1" by Matthew Waite

That's a mash-up of Iron Giant with the first Superman Comic, btw, which is brilliant if you know the movie.  Since Waite only sells at conventions, I picked this one up for the board. Check out the rest of his work over on DeviantArt or Tumblr.


From another of my good friends, Bianca Roman-Stumpff:

SO CUTE.

 (Groot is the new darling of Artist Alleys everywhere, and I am definitely not complaining.)

Most of Bianca's work still isn't available online (HINT HINT BIANCA), so she donated that one for the board!

She's also been churning out new Puff Monsters, which you *can* buy online through her Facebook page or sometimes her Etsy shop.

 The pumpkin one! Ah! And I ended up buying the blue & white one clapping in the middle.

Bianca also has a few prints available over on Society6, so you can check over there for more.


Remember Tampa Fanboy Expo, the convention last month where I fangirled over James Hance? Well, right next to him was Andrew "Drone" Cosson, and I FLIPPED over his baby Groot:

I've had this hanging in my office for over a month now, and I JUST NOW realized it looks like he's flipping us the bird. Which somehow makes him even cuter.

Andrew told me he'd just sold the companion Rocket Raccoon painting, and even worse, HE DIDN'T TAKE A PHOTO! Nooo!
So to console myself, I also bought these two original ink drawings from him:

Who else wants Andrew to make a Doctor Who coloring book now?

Andrew doesn't have a website or even an online portfolio, which is downright criminal. He directed me to his personal Facebook page, but I don't think he has everything there. I also can't believe he doesn't scan his original paintings to make prints! Arg! So Andrew, if you see this, please, GET THEE TO ETSY. Or Society6. Or DeviantArt. Or something.

Ahem.

Also at Tampa Fanboy, there was the delightful duo of Jennipho, who sculpts 3D sweetness like this:




... and Victoria, who paints & draws sweetness like this:

Her prints start at just $7!

John had to drag me away from their booth, since I kept going back to chat. They're both super friendly and uber talented, so definitely check out both sites!

And finally, since this is too perfect to show off right before Halloween, check out what John just got for his game room:

Haha!

John says he either wants a picture of me in it, looking appropriately terrified, or a drawing of a uvula. I'm lobbying for the uvula.

The artist, Myrcury's Toybox, was at a local street show event here in Orlando last week, and we couldn't stop giggling over her tiny monster frames. Check out her Etsy shop for more, plus fun skull & monster eye hair clips, original art, and painted coffin boxes like these:



K, guys, that does it for this month's roundup! Now, you know the drill: comment below for a chance to win your choice of art from my Pinterest Art Give-Away Board! I'll ship anywhere, so international comments are welcome! (Last month I sent art to Africa and Australia. SO COOL. And expensive. But mostly cool.)

I'll announce my randomly-selected winner sometime next week. Happy commenting, everyone, and happy weekend!

 The give-away has ended, and the winner is Renee from PA! Congrats, Renee, and please e-mail me your mailing address & choice of art!

721 comments:

  1. I am drooling over these beautiful pieces of art!

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  2. I see soooo many of those watercolors that I want.

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  3. That Wall-E/Eve umbrella print is so sweet. I'm also really loving wisesnail's style.

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  4. I love it when you do the art round ups. It makes my day! Love the Wicked print.

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  5. So much cuteness! It always brightens my day when I get to wake up to your art roundups :)

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  6. Sometimes I can't tell if I am posting my comment twice or not at all, so I'll try again. :) Would be lovely to win - the daughters would love to pick something out! Thank you for hosting this giveaway.

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  7. I'm so tempted to buy that Neverending Story print and paint a room in my house to go with it. I must remember to add "art gallery" to the list of rooms I want to have in my dream castle.....

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  8. Your choices are always spot on, but this month's selection is awesome! So much arty goodness. :D

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  9. Love the new Wall-E one.

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  10. I am loving everything, but Sydney's bat and bumble bee? Too cute for words!!!

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  11. So much goodness! Thanks for introducing us to more wonderful artists! Love this feature!!

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  12. That bumble bee is soooo cute! I might have to get one for myself.

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  13. The Wall-E one!! I love it! And that bumble bee is pretty darn cuddly!

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  14. I am falling in love with all he Groot art. Thanks for sharing!

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  15. So many fabulous pieces, Who, or Sherlock, and that bee...

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  16. I'm forever jealous of your ability to find all these fabulous artists

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  17. There are so many good ones! That Batman is awesome.

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  18. I love your art round ups! Thanks for giving artists a boost.

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  19. You seem to have a thing for cute, there are so many of them!

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  20. Would love love love love to win one of these most awesome prints. And, on a side note I saw this on Woot this morning and immediately thought of you
    http://www.woot.com/plus/star-wars-super-deformed-plush-1?ref=cnt_wp_4

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  21. I'm dying over CocoMilla's watercolors. And that Iron Giant comic book cover. And I NEED that cupcake coffin.

    Jen, what have you done to me?

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  22. LOVE that Wall-E one! So adorable.

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  23. I think I'm in love with Groot, and I'm okay with that. Also, I would pay so many dollars for a Doctor Who coloring book.

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  24. I love how you support good art and artists. I think that's my whole comment. I just love that you do this. It's a very good thing to do.

    Beth
    Magistra13 at yahoo dot com

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  25. A Dr. Who coloring book by Andrew Cosson would be awesome!

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  26. You have outdone yourself this month Jen! So much of the awesome, I may just have to buy something from the vendors- wait, what's that sound? Oh, it's just my wallet crying....

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  27. I'm completely in love with Bianca's Groot, SO.FREAKING.CUTE !
    I'm in, I'm so totally in, please pick me :)

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  28. Crossing my fingers! How has nobody snagged some of those Wookie the Chew? Or the Rocket to the Moon poster?!?

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  29. Oh man... I'm using all of my mental power to try and persuade the universe that I need to win.... please please please.

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  30. Wonderful as always

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  31. Great selection, as usual! I'm loving the Toothless print and the Iocane poster. Ta!

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  32. The watercolor works are my favorite this month! I also am still infatuated by all Groots so I love that so many other artists seem to love him too. Keeping my fingers crossed that I'm the lucky winner this go round. Thanks as always Jen for sharing with us.

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  33. I have such a wishlist, and it's only going to get longer! :)

    - Chewie & C3PO, original watercolor ACEO by Katie Cook
    - Sherlock & Watson by Marta Wit
    - Travel by TARDIS // 11x17 OR 8x10 by Joshus Graham
    - Doctor Who Silhouette by Alex Asfour
    - Wedge on the Ledge

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  34. How awesome is that Moriarty. I've missed him.

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  35. Ice cream pegasus! Eeeeeee!!

    Also, I still NEED that Michael Duron Beauty and the Beast print. *fingers crossed* Pick me!

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  36. Yay! Art give away time!

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  37. So much awesome! I love your art roundup posts!

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  38. So much cute stuff this month!

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  40. Thank you for always giving everyone the opportunity to find some new geeky art!

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  41. Oh my goodness, I love the Sydney Hanson prints! And I'm totally in love with the "I Am Who" Groot by Charlie Thurston...although I haven't seen any Groot art that I haven't really liked. Thanks for introducing some new great artists! :-)

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  42. OMG SNAPE **
    i mean, everything is awesome, but c'mon, SNAPE!

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  43. I need a new house for all the geeky art I want. Great roundup!

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  44. Cocomiller's watercolours are so, so pretty. And I too want to snuggle that bee. And Wall-E! And Wicked!. In fact, generally all the things.

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  45. The art is exceptionally adorable this month! :)

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  46. Love the artwork, and both of your blogs. You have intordiced us to so many varied talents, and I, for one, am grateful. Thank you!

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  47. Wall-e is my favorite movie. It has the three Rs. Robots, romance, and recycling.

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  48. Kristin E. from AUOctober 24, 2014 at 9:51 AM

    I LOVE this month's art! So Halloweeny! :D

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  49. As an added bonus, CocoMilla is having a buy 2 get 1 free sale. Just took care of three people on my Christmas list! :) Thanks for the jumpstart on my holiday shopping, Jen!

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  50. How on earth is someone supposed to pick just one!!!!????!?!?!?!?! Those watercolours are stunning, and the Snape one is the one I love best!

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  51. So many things that I would love love love to have!!!

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  52. No way could I pick just one!! Thank you so so much for sharing these amazing artists!

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  53. my favorites are "travel by tardis", doctor who "believe", "wookie-the-chew" with death star balloon set, toothless, avengers, and baby groot by bianca. but there are so many awesome ones!

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  54. I am in love with that little bat. I may just have to buy him.

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  55. Very nice. A bee that sweet must produce some great honey.

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  56. Wow, that Neverending Story print is just lovely. I pretty much adore anything based on that movie. I've loved it since a child and still watch it on occassion.

    Also Jen, just wanted to point out that you called the Iron Giant Iron Man, which he most definitely is not. :)

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  57. Wicked print is my fave but the bumblebee is pretty stinking cute too!!

    Monique

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  58. Snape, Snape, Snape!!!!! Okay really it is all about Alan Rickman.....droolling here....

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  59. I love the paint-spattered Tardis one, and the Snape. The Wicked one is very cool - although I'm a bit disappointed the clock in the background doesn't go up to XIII, the way the Time Dragon Clock prop/backdrop did in the musical.

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  60. Wow! So much cool new art this month!

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  61. Heading over to etsy right now to check out those monster frames. They are so cool!

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  62. I love how many artists you showcase every month! I always find a new one to go drool over :) That Pixar print is too cute!!!

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  63. You always find the best art Jen! I wish I could afford to go to more cons to buy art!

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  64. You do find the most adorable, crafty, and amazing pieces! LOVE LOVE so many of them!!

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  65. LOVE that wicked print, but the numbers being a little off on the clock would drive me batty!

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  66. Baby Groot!!! Those are so cute! Although I really like the Guardians artwork by Wisesnail. I'm trying to convince my husband we need them in our house.

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  67. The good witch bad witch is awesome! The little monster frames too cute!! Thanks for doing this every month!

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  68. So much cute!!! Baby Groot & Wall-E! Thank you for introducing new (to me) artists and shops

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  69. Ah! The Wall-E one is so great!

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  70. This month's lineup is fantastic! So many sugar skulls, so little time. Luckily, I have plenty of wall space. There are about a hundred things on your giveaway board I want.

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  71. After all this Groot art I'm really going to have to see the movie. And I'm not going to mention that I haven't seen Dr. Who either! I feel like I've failed as a geek. But let's be fair, I'm more of a boardgame geek anyway. And an art geek. But I know the art gets even better when you've seen what it is from! Oh the vicious cycle.

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  72. I would LOVE to get the I Am Who print for my son. We are getting ready to go to Comic Con and have been talking about his Cosplay. He was the 11th Doctor for Halloween last year and will be Baby Groot this year. When I asked him which one he wanted to wear to the Con he told me that he wanted to do a mash up of the two. This would be PERFECT to give him for Christmas for his room! Thank you for the opportunity and for the amazing work you do on this site. I am constantly talking about it and telling people that I saw things from Jen my Epbot Lady!

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  73. LOVE the Wall-E! And the baby Groots! :)

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  74. Aaaaaah I love the bumblebee! So adorable. The artist has a set of four cards on her Etsy page that I might have to get for my sister, who loves stationery. They have the bat, the bumblebee, and just as adorable mouse and rabbit.

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  75. Oops, not sure my first comment went through. Pick meeeeee! :)

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  76. I'm such a huge fan of super-realistic art. Thanks for featuring some of Namecchan's work!

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  77. Oh my goodness, the bat and bumblebee are so cute!

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  78. Thanks for finding such cool art for us to "ooohh" and "aaawww" over

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  79. That WALL-E print - I can't even.

    You do a wonderful thing, gathering all this amazing artwork. I salute you.

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  80. Oh my goodness, Jen, that Wall-E and Eve! I so desperately want that!

    Wall-E was one of the first films Phil and I watched together, and they fit us so well- we had action figures of them guarding our key box... but that print is incredible!

    Serious crossed fingers here! :D Squeee!

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  81. Ooooohhhh, the Iron Giant print is amazing! Love it!

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  82. Pick me, pick me!
    I have to say though, I saw something other than "uvula" for a second and was rather shocked and amused at John(thoj)

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    1. Bahaha! Reminds me of that movie, Monster House: "... that must be the uvula!" "Oooooh. So it's a GIRL house."

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  83. These artists are all so inspiring! Thanks for introducing us to so many wonderfully talented people!

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  84. Ahhh that wall-e art is just so cute!!!

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  85. What a great collection! I have to admit that I went straight over to Etsy and added CocoMilla's shop as one of my favorites. I think I've even picked out a few things that would make lovely Christmas gifts. :D Oh, and I think the Jack Skellington print from Sugar Fueled is adorable!

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  86. Woooow! Look at the Neverending story one! And the widdle bat, aaawwww!

    And… wait, Domo!? :D

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  87. I'm definitely on the Wall.E wagon!

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  88. OMG THE WALL-E PRINT! I NEED THAT PRINT! PLS PLS PLS

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  89. Great goobelygooks, that Neverending Story print is fantastic! And the li'l bat is so cute I might just have to buy a print of it for meself. But in the meantime, I comment for a chance at free art :D

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  90. Bah! I love the new additions SO MUCH. Yay art!

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  91. Soo cute! I love art roundup!

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  92. Baby Groot by Bianca Roman-Stumpff is amazing, love it!

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  93. So many pretty pictures!

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  94. Great selection! But still love the Super Mario by Melru!

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  95. Loving the blog as usual!!! Thank you for introducing your readers to such great artists!

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  96. OH MY GOSH!! Stop it!! Neverending story?? YES PLEASE! :) Was one of my favorite movies growing up!
    JACK SKELLINGTON! My all-time favorite character? You're KILLING me, Jen! If there is a Sally, or the whole Nightmare Before Christmas crew, I could die happy.
    You even have a GIZMO??! I can't do this.

    Too much awesome. I don't know how you do it.
    -- Piper P from Washington State

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  97. Your art posts are so dangerous. I immediately go to Etsy or the artist's website and spend way too much time drooling (and also spending way too much money).

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  98. How do any of the Winners pick just one?!?

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  99. Ooh, so pretty! I especially love the watercolor TARDIS one - it just looks so etherial. :)

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  100. The WALL-E and TARDIS prints are my favorites!

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  101. Love some of these! It's amazing how much cool art you find.

    Heather M.

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  102. Ooh, I'm in love with Toothless! I also love Jack Skellington! That'd be a tough choice.

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  103. Ooh, look at all the pretties! I especially like I Am Who - so much awesome. :D

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  104. I think for John's monster frame, he should have a picture (or drawing- that'd be cool too) of you swinging from the uvula.
    "Oooooh...so it's a GIRL monster..."

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  105. This post needs MOAR DRAGONS, RAWR! :)

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  106. Aah that baby Groot by Bianca Roman-Stumpff is soo adorable. And the monster frame is hilarious and adorable haha.

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  107. Batman! Snape! So many awesome things!

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  108. Thank you for showing me that little bat, I need it!

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  109. tough week but your art roundup makes it all better!

    especially love the Snape Always picture

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  110. Cupcake unicorns! Way too cute!

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  111. The unicorns are so cute! And the coffin is amazing.

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  112. BABY GROOOOOT!!! You slay me with the cuteness! Also the frosted Unicornos. I'm totally adding them to my Christmas list. :)

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  113. The Wall-E and Eve print kills me it's do stinkin cute
    And everyone needs a Wall-E themed room in their house.. Right?

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  114. Did my comment just get eaten? :(
    Hoping to win the Wall-E one for my Pixar fan hubby. Coding for RenderMan is his dream job.

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  115. loved the Cinderella painting!! Although with such amazing art its really hard to chose i want them all!!!! lol and that Moriarty???!! SWOON!! i'm not sure if you can swoon in caps but i just did.

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  116. Okay, trying for the third time commenting.... (sorry Jen if three of my comments did go through!) Love the bat, so nice to see a Halloween theme that isn't gruesome. And the bee is pretty cute too. That needs to be a stuffie PRONTO.

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  117. Not sure my first comment went through. Thanks for sharing the amazing art. Adding some to my wishlist. :)

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  118. So much cuteness! I'd love the Toothless picture for my son, the Avengers for my teen daughter who is dressing as Iron man for Halloween (!) and my perosnal longtime favorite, the It's a Small World/Star Wars mashup.

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  119. ...and now it also don't know if my first comment went though because it vanished as soon as I logged in! Ok, short version...thank you for introducing me to so many amazing artists! I got a chance to meet a few of them when I went to NYCC this year including Charles thurston(who is super nice and awesome!). I need to go buy more frames to keep feeling my home with amazing artwork!!!

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  120. Oh, my. Some of these would look absolutely spectacular displayed above my shelf of figures, rocks, and doodads. Love, The Rock Collector

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  121. I LOVE all the Groots!!! But I have to say, the Snape watercolor and the Iron Giant/Superman mash-up both brought tears to my eyes. For real for realz.

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  122. Groot has won my heart, but the cute bat and cute bee also squeezed in there!

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  123. LOVE the Moriarty - That scene is on the my favorites from Sherlock.

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  124. There are so many good things on here.

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  125. I love James Hance!! I so want to decorate my son's room with Wooke-the-Chew prints! He loves both Winnie-the-Pooh and Star Wars, and James Hance's art perfectly captures that in-between little kid and big kid stage he's in right now at 6 years old.
    I love exploring all the artists you feature each month! I've discovered so many new favorites through you!

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  126. Yay! New art! As always, thanks for being so generous!

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  127. I love the Wall-E and Eve one! I don't think I've ever wanted something from your art giveaway so much before!! My husband got me that movie and we watched it the night he proposed, so it's pretty special to us. :)

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  128. Love these posts! Always left dreaming of going out and finding cute geeky art for my walls.

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  129. I must be part robot because the grout thing doesn't really do much for me, but Sydney's little bat and bee are just my cuppa.

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  130. Ooh, The new Wall-e and Eva in the rain print is AMAZING! And CocoMilla is going to get me in some trouble on Etsy! Also, if still available, I still like the "It's a Star Wars". (I don't have a pintrest account it won't let me see the whole gallery with-out joining. Boo!)

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  131. SQUEEEE!!!! Everything is adorable!!! I want 1 of each!! Honestly, how does one pick????

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  132. I love, love, love Bianca's Groot. So sweet. And while I really want you to pick me if you do I don't know how I'll decide what to choose (tough life lol)! Thanks for sharing with us!

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  133. Every time I see that Superman one, I want it even more!

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  134. LOVE the Wicked piece! So much good stuff this week (and always).

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  135. Halloween art is the cutest

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  136. Great writing and generous to boot!? Love these art giveaways!

    -JS Smith

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  137. TARDIS! Bat! Groots!
    I love them all!

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  138. Love all these that you post! Thank you so much for sharing!

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  139. The bumblebee is such a "honey" of a find!

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  140. I just spent about 10 minutes absorbing CocoMilla's watercolours! Those are amazing.
    But that Wall-E!!! Why do I get something in my eye everytime I see something like that? Total coincidence...

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  141. Thank you, thank you, thank you for linking to CocoMilla's Etsy store. My three-year-old has been asking for more pictures on his walls, and there are so. many. to choose from! (My guess is Superman or Spider Man will be the winner)

    I'm loving all the Groot art that is popping up, even though I haven't seen the movie yet. I'm (im)patiently waiting for the DVD to be available on Netflix.

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  142. I love the Rocket to the Moon one!

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  143. Brb, going shopping! O.O

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  144. Love these art roundups. CocoMila's watercolors are amazing, and that little bee is ADORABLE.

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  145. So many lovely things! Struggling to find an all out favourite. :P

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  146. I love all of the new art! I hope that you pick me!

    Lisa

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  147. Oh my goodness, the bee is just too adorable! And I love the Wall-E art too!!

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  148. I agree on the bee (ehehe) it's totally adorable! :3

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  149. oh my goodness, I've been commenting hoping to get the "travel by TARDIS" poster buuuut I'm thinking now I want Wall-E and Eve :)

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  150. OMGosh, the Neverending Story one is lovely! Gotta show that to my 8 year old as she is currently obsessed with that movie to the point of being Moonchild for Halloween this year!

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  151. I will be purchasing the Cinderella carriage print for my sister in-law for Christmas. She is a HUGE Cinderella fan.

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  152. Thank you for another amazing round up!

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  153. Oh man! SO much awesome stuff. I can't get over how beautiful the Neverending Story and Batman ones are. That TARDIS though? So much yes. All four of my sons would be fighting over it (but I would hang it in our office). Same with Snape (our office is a geek room, mainly in LoTR and Harry Potter). Wall-E and Eve are adorable. Okay, actually I have to stop commenting because I love them ALL. (Except Mowgli. 37 years old and yes, I still get nightmares from Gremlins. Adorable, yes, but nightmare fodder for me.)

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  154. I love so much of the art this month. The bumble bee is adorable! I'm in love with the Wall-E print too and it would absolutely be my choice if I was lucky enough to win.

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  155. More artists to find for the gallery wall mwahahahaha!!! Im gonna be in trouble lol

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  156. I love watercolors.

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  157. Ooooohhhh! I'd love the Snape one for my hubby! :)

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  158. I can't decide whether Toothless or Groot is more adorable

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  159. I just sent my husband an email entitled "Things Kristen Wants for Christmas", and it included three different prints from CocoMila's Etsy shop :)

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  160. These are my favorite posts :) Totally need that Toothless print (especially since I just got a tooth pulled, so my roommate is now calling me Toothless. We *may* watch the movie 20 times a month due to her 20 month old son. Which I dont mind one bit!)

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  161. Thank you for doing all my shopping :)

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  162. Aww i love all of them including the bee one

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  163. These are gorgeous! I love the onslaught of baby Groots. I too am completely okay with this. :)

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  164. I love Wicked, or Wall-E, or the Gremlins, or Snape! Oh what a roundup!

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